Pleasant Grove Walmart Neighborhood Market Opening 7:30 a.m. Tomorrow


A new Walmart Neighborhood Market is opening at the corner of Moores Ln. and Richmond Rd. Wednesday, April. 29, following a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony at 7:30 a.m.

The Pleasant Grove location will also feature a walk in convenience store at the gas station in front of the store.

The new store offers fresh produce and a full line of groceries from leading brand names, including organic selections. By working with growers Walmart is able to provide farm-grown quality produce at added convenience and low prices.

The new store is approximately 42,000 square feet and offers a wide assortment to meet the needs of Texarkana residents. In addition to groceries, the store features health and beauty aids, pet products and cleaning supplies. Shopping is more convenient than ever as Texarkana residents can shop an assortment of 7 million items on, many of which can be shipped for free to the new Walmart Neighborhood Market.

The pharmacy offers a full range of products and services and pharmacy team members are ready to assist customers with product and prescription questions. Texarkana residents can easily transfer prescriptions and order refills on the go with the Walmart mobile app for iPhone and Android.

Customers can shop additional items including toys, electronics and home decor on through Walmart pickup, which will offer free shipping to the Texarkana Walmart Neighborhood Market. They can also use Walmart’s new Savings Catcher receipt comparison tool to feel more confident they are getting some of the best deals available in Texarkana. Savings Catcher looks at other top retailers’ local ads and gives customers an eGift card for the difference if a competitor’s offering is lower than the price they paid at Walmart. Savings Catcher is available through the free Walmart mobile app.

This is the third new Walmart to open in the Texarkana area since January.  Wake Village, Texas also has a Neighborhood market under construction that will be opening in the coming months.

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